Tag Archives: Evangelization

A matter of identity

In a recent post re-proposing “fish friday,” I implied that I disagree with the 1966 decisions of Paul VI and the NCCB (USCCB’s forerunner) to make fish friday optional, but set aside that discussion until today. One of the things that worries me is Catholic identity; I would call it waning but that seems a generation […]

Ezekiel and Paul

I suggest a link between today’s first two readings (Ez 33:7-9 and Rom 13:8-10). St. Paul exhorts us to love our neighbor. But to love is not always to indulge; sometimes we must correct our neighbor, call them to account, remind them of God’s command. And there Ezekiel picks up the story: If I tell […]